DDS Vendor Rate Study and Rate Models Presentations
Following at the end of this are the presentations that have been shared at rate study meetings for Lanterman service providers. They are broken down into type of service provided.
Regional Center Specific Rate Models
View at: http://www.burnshealthpolicy.com/ca-regional-center-specific-rate-models/
Rate Study Fiscal Impact
The anticipated total cost of implementing the rate study recommendations is $1.8 billion (Total Fund), which is about $1.1 billion (General Fund) annually. Here is a link to the anticipated fiscal impact by service code ( ).
View at: http://www.burnshealthpolicy.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Attachment-5-Fiscal-Impact-Analysis.pdf
Rate Study Submitted by DDS to Legislature on March 15
The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) submitted the rate study on the provision of community-based services for individuals with developmental disabilities to the California Legislature on March 15.
The rate study includes four parts:
- Part 1 summarizes the various methodologies for establishing rates for home and community-based services and outlines current rates and methodologies in California.
- Part 2 provides an overview of the study, including the project’s timeline, principles adopted to guide the study, and data sources used to inform rates.
- Part 3 covers the major components of the rate models, including direct care worker wages, benefits and productivity, indirect costs such as program operations and provider administrative costs, and adjustments to account for regional cost differences.
- Part 4 provides a summary of the rate study results.
View a PDF copy of the rate study report
View the cover letter submitted to the Legislature.
The rate study report and links to supporting documents are also posted on the DDS website at https://www.dds.ca.gov/RateStudy/.